Delisting Endangered Species: Process Analysis and Idaho Case Studies Report uri icon



  • PAG Report 25 | Published October 2005 | Delisting is the process by which the protections provided by the Endangered Species Act are removed. This report describes the listing and delisting processes and examines the roles the public plays in each. It examines the roles state and federal agencies have in the management of wildlife and plants in relation to delisting. The report also analyzes the prospects for threatened and endangered species recovery and delisting in Idaho, and concludes by providing some alternative ideas about recovering species and managing them after delisting.

publication date

  • October 2005

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  • 25